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DANCE MUSIC GCSE HELP!!!

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by sophiola, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. For some free (and legal) downloads you could try freeplaymusic.com, AQA actually recommend this site as a lot of it is instrumental and comes in varying lengths.

    You could also try tracks by some of these artists - Hybrid, Kilowatts, Nero, as well as some compliations such as the Michael Price (http://www.musicfordance.com/). They are mostly electronic artists but provide a steady and regular beat and many tracks are longer than the average 3 min pop song. Hope this is helpful :)
     
  2. Fabulous! Thank you Sophiaola.
     
  3. Hello
    Paul A. Jackson has a collection of CDs and some of them are specifically for those units and have tracks at the right length.
    For Warm ups I use Cirque du Soliel ,Nitin Sawhney, Adele, Zero 7, Samba Rhythms, Steve Reich, Mr Scruff, Scanner, Leftfield, Moby
    Hope that helps
     

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